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Continent My Tower Surabaya opened its doors in Indonesia

Continent My Tower Surabaya opened

Continent Hotels & Resorts®, one of the best-recognized hotel brands of Continent Worldwide Hotels, announced the opening of Continent My Tower Hotel, Rungkut, Surabaya. The hotel has a prime location and Surabaya is the biggest metropolitan city in Indonesia with the inhabitant approximately 3 million peoples.

 “We are thrilled to welcome this hotel as we continue growing the Continent Hotels & Resorts brand in South East Asia especially in this beautiful area of Indonesia,” said Bogac Gulderen, President of Operations & Franchise Development – Worldwide. “This hotel embraces everything the Continent brand has to offer with its modern design and focus on delivering superior hospitality allowing guests to relax and create memorable moments throughout their stay.”

The hotel offers 134 spacious guest rooms and suites. Guests have access to a fitness center, business center, pool, and a complimentary breakfast. There are dining options at the “Coffee Shop” including Indonesian, Chinese and Western Cuisine open for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner both buffet and a la carte.

Room service is also available 24 hours. The hotel can serve as a venue for meetings and special events. A variety of flexible meeting and banquet space is available that can accommodate up to 300 people. 

“We are excited to continue our partnership with Continent Worldwide Hotels and open the doors to our hotel under the Continent brand,” said Frank Inakoe, Managing Director, Pacific Excelsior Hotels. “Our excellent location and diligent well-trained staff will create a lasting impression for all of our guests.”

Pacific Excelsior Hotels is a Master licensee for Continent Worldwide Hotels brands in Indonesia, including Continent Hotels & Resorts®, Ancyra Hotels & Inns® and Lofty Collection by Continent® exclusively and also represents all other brands of the franchisor group.

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